Brine LoPro Superlight Mid Shoulder Pad Lacrosse Shoulder Pads
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  • MID SP is a completely new shoulder pad with a focus on being faster and lighter while maintaining optimum protection.

    Low profile design provides more flexibility and is lighter than most liner pads.
These pads are worn by advanced players that want to be streamlined and unburdened when running the field or clearing. These are a top pick for middies or advanced defense men. The pads are super light weigh but sturdy enough to ward off checks from riding attack men. A quality offering from Brine.
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Awful shipping - 8/07/14 reply

Said it would take 3-5 days. Took a week and a half
who cares - 2/16/14 reply

who cares about shoulder protection. I play midfield and have these and they are the best. You might get whacked or crosschecked in the shoulder a couple times but who cares. I play box lacrosse in the winter and wear these and i'm fine.
yessssss - 11/23/13 reply

I was looking for shoulder pads that were almost like a liner or cuts, but with a little more protection on the shoulders. found these, so cheap, I got them, so flexible and light, the only this is that the adjustment straps losen a lot. they seem like nothing when you get them. But by game time, its like they are another layer of skin.-
(no subject) - 8/12/13 reply

I have these and there overall good but i get alot of cuts on the very corner of my shoulder and the strapes come off alot if you dont tie it
(no subject) - 7/19/13 reply

this or rome for attack
Yes - 5/19/13 reply

Yes dude get them who cares bout shoulder protection just as longas its legal
Pads - 5/07/13 reply

Should I get these? i want to, but im not sure if there is enough shoulder protection.
FIRST! - 4/14/13 reply

Retail Price: $74.99
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Color: black
Size: M
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L 14+ yrs, 141+ lbs
M 10-13 yrs, 100-140 lbs
S 7-9 yrs, 70-100 lbs
XS 5-7 yrs, 0-70 lbs
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